Under our Western Colorado Skies—Sunday, September 29, 2019

(From Pinterest)

Harvest is here.  The corn choppers are moving through all the silage fields now, filling silos and laying the once growing corn fields bare.

The pinto beans on our farm are all harvested, and the renters moving on to their other farms with the big combines, trucks, and tractors

Terry and I took a ride to see if the hemp is being harvested

Not yet.

I hope to see the fields harvested, but not yet.

Pinto beans, the last cutting of hay, ensilage/silage; the onions are starting to be readied for harvest.

But not the hemp.

Or the picking corn.  (The picking corn will be in October early November, depending on the moisture in the corn.)

Harvest!  What all the farmers have been waiting for.

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,

Linda

 

13 thoughts on “Under our Western Colorado Skies—Sunday, September 29, 2019

    • I don’t know…harvest, but why. I’m not sure. I think some of the hemp is for cbd oil and can’t be harvested until it reaches the right content. If its for for bio-mass…I don’t know.

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  1. We have had a lot of rain and it’s darn cold here like I haven’t seen before at the end of September. We usually get our first rain on Halloween. I love your pretty blue skies. We have frost warnings!! I hope you get the hemp in soon and safe.

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